Alexander Brown pages in the Washington State House of Representatives

White Pass High School student sponsored by Rep. Ed Orcutt

Alexander Brown of White Pass High School spent last week in Olympia paging for the Washington State House of Representatives. He was sponsored by Rep. Ed Orcutt, R-Kalama.

Alexander observed the Legislature in action up close and was responsible for delivering messages and documents to state lawmakers in their offices, committee meetings and the House chamber. He also attended Legislative Page School during the day and watched Rep. Orcutt tape his video update on Tuesday.

“Alexander did a great job and provided an important service to legislators,” said Orcutt. “He is a bright young man with a great future and I was very pleased to sponsor him.”

Alexander, 14, is the son of Greg and Sherry Brown. They live on a farm in Randle. Alexander enjoys basketball, cross country, horses and four-wheelers.

To serve as a page for the Washington State House of Representatives, a student must: have permission from a parent or guardian; have permission from his or her current school in the current year; be sponsored by a member of the Washington State House of Representatives; and be 14-16 years old.

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